By: Dr. Sue Johnson. This book is excellent for understanding more about attachment in the couple relationship and creating a positive emotional connection.
By: Foster Cline, MD and Jim Far. This is an excellent parenting resource to help teaching your children how to be responsible.
By: Gavin DeBecker Fear is actually an important emotion, to help us survive. We feel fear, real fear, when we are in danger. Sometimes people dismiss the warning signs. This book is very helpful in learning to pay attention to warning signs. Gavin DeBecker does an excellent job in highlighting behavior that is typically present when someone is trying to control you. He teaches survival signals that could potentially save your life.
This is an extensive guide to help students navigate the programs and policies supporting mental health. This covers topics from understanding one’s rights to potential accommodations, tips on accessing mental health services, and scholarships available specifically to students.
This page includes extensive mental health resources such as articles, support groups, therapists and videos that are specifically for the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community. This page lists resources by race and sometimes gender in order to help you find what is right for your individual needs. It also contains many resources for LGBTQ+ people of color.
This website is an extensive guide for parents of all the current apps and games that our children are possibly playing and using. It goes into detail on how each of these apps/games effect our children and what to expect when your child is involved with them. It also offers various charts to effectively compare and rate the level of danger these digital outlets pose on our kids. It provides a list of local and national mental health recourses who provide treatment for mental health disorders that contribute to online addictions and suicide.